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ENVS 2100 Environment & Culture 26 October 2015 Plumwood and Bladerunner
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Menu Announcements Housekeeping Pop quiz Timed writing based on Plumwood Plumwood discussion Bladerunner excerpts with writing exercise
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Everyone access the descriptions for the final projects, and read them through quickly.
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My final project will ask the question…
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The crocodile is morally considerable because…
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Does Plumwood’s suggest that the crocodile’s narrative is only capable of reducing her to “a mere piece of meat”? Are there other options?
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Does the crocodile see Plumwood as morally considerable? In what
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Unformatted text preview: contexts does this maTer, or not, and to whom, or what? What about things we create, can they be morally considerable? Last week we talked about large-scale technological structures such as ciTes, but what about more circumscribed human-made organisms? There’s a long narratve/fctonal his±ory oF ±hese organisms, ±he mos± Familiar oF which is ²rankens±ein. Today we will look a±, ±hink abou±, and discuss replican±s or human-made organisms ±ha± appear in ±he flm Blade Runner, in ±erms oF ±heir moral considerabili±y....
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